How to Increase Your Pesticide and Other Toxins Intake

Simple, drink Teavana and Celestial Seasoning teas! Or at least if the reports are to be believed. Almost 12 months ago, Glaucus Research, a Californian based corporate research company investigated the Teavana – Starbucks deal. Their report was quite shocking. It suggested that Teavana, suppliers of supposedly expensive high quality pesticide free teas were duping

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Easy Green Tea Recipes

Delicious, high in anti-oxidants and perfect for detoxing, we all know that Green Tea is considered a super-food, and with good reason! However, did you know that in order to retain maximum health benefits from this humble tea leaf, you should eat it in addition to drinking it? Here are our top tips for incorporating

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Say NO to plastic!

We’ve previously explained how different teas suit different water temperatures, but did you know that different teas should also be made in different tea pots for maximum flavour? One thing is for sure though, you should never use plastic to drink your tea as it can ruin the superior flavour. So what should you use?

May 2013 Promo – Black Tea

This month, receive a FREE tea strainer with every order of High Mountain Black Tea, exclusively from In Nature. Ideal for aiding the digestion with a rich, smooth flavour, this tea is the perfect way to start the day and with a free strainer with every order, this is the perfect introduction to the wonderful

In Media!

We’ve done it again! We’re proud of our tea and we are thrilled to confirm that we are featured in the Spring edition of Fine Foodies magazine, in an article about afternoon tea time. We believe that no matter how stressful your day is, there is always time for a cuppa and the simple act

Spring Green – In Nature Tea of the Month

Posted on 2 April, 2013 by silver needle The words Bi Lo Chun translate literally to mean ‘spring snail shell’. The leaves are picked in the spring. Then, when you see this tea, you will notice that the leaves are rolled into small balls which resemble snail shells. When brewed, this green tea produces a